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Mention Tracking Protection?

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  1. Lan 142 posts
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    Honoring DNT is voluntary. Should we mention that there is another feature (Tracking Protection) that actively blocks tracking?

    Honoring DNT is voluntary. Should we mention that there is [[Tracking Protection on Firefox|another feature (Tracking Protection)]] that actively blocks tracking?
  2. Lan 142 posts
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    See also: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/templatetracking/discuss/6047
  3. AliceWyman 4913 posts
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    I tried to figure out a good way to mention Tracking Protection in this article but couldn't. It's hard because the information explaining about Do Not Track is in the template.

    Since Tracking Protection is now mentioned in the Tips to protect your online privacy article, I decided to add a link in this article's Introductory paragraph :

    Firefox lets you tell websites that you do not want them to track your browsing behavior. This article explains what tracking is and how to turn on the Do Not Track feature.


    I left it pending review.

    I tried to figure out a good way to mention Tracking Protection in this article but couldn't. It's hard because the information explaining about Do Not Track is in the template. Since Tracking Protection is now mentioned in the [[Tips to protect your online privacy]] article, I decided to add a link in this article's Introductory paragraph : Firefox lets you tell websites that you do not want them to track your browsing behavior. This article explains what tracking is and how to turn on the Do Not Track feature. *See [[Tips to protect your online privacy]] for other ways to keep your browsing private. ----- I left it pending review.